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You have to have a pretty special product to get two Engadget posts discussing your wares during the maelstrom of CES, but this Adam thing just won't leave us alone with its Pixel Qi display, Tegra 2 innards and bona fide potential to blow the bloody doors off the homogeneous tablet market. We've g

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Tablet-ed out yet? We didn't think so. MSI has a 10-inch Android tablet on display at CES here. There aren't many details (like price, release date and internals), but we do know it's running one of those new Tegra 2 chips. Up front there's a pretty nice 10-inch capacitive display, which is plenty

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When Cowon's latest leaked back at the beginning of November we knew just about everything we really needed to know except for one crucial bit of intel: what it looked like. Now the company has thoughtfully taken care of that, throwing up a teaser page for the product that shows off a simple, sophi

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Man, it's almost like every hour we come across another tablet-esque device here at CES 2010, and this time around it's a prototype concept device from Compal being shown off by NVIDIA. This 7-inch tablet / slate / MID / whatever was running Android 2.0 and packed Wifi -- sadly, there was no GPS or

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Oh look, another tablet! Except this time it's in the guise of a \"smartbook,\" thanks to the keyboard it docks into. This is Freescale's reference design for its new i.MX515 processor, and it's decently responsive for running \"full\" Linux. Unfortunately, the Milos version of Linux onboard isn't quit

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Welcome to CES 2010, where we're currently enjoying the 'year of the slates.' Dell's just teased us by talking about its \"upcoming slates,\" and from the looks of it, the one shown off is the Streak we've been hearing about for a few months now, though of course we can't be sure yet. Sure, there was

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Aluratek hasn't been one to really rival the mainstays in the digiframe and e-reader markets, but the outfit's latest portable media player looks atypically slick. Boasting an expansive 8.9-inch display and an almost slate-like look, the Cinepal arrives with 4GB of inbuilt memory, an SD / SDHC expa

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Here we go -- press images of the HP Slate just hit the web, right as Ballmer showed it off during his CES keynote. The prototype device is said to be coming later this year, and it's running Windows -- Ballmer showed it running the PC Kindle app. It's also multitouch, and can do some gaming -- the

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No hard feelings, tx2, but there was always something just a little \"behind the curve\" about your design and feature set, and we're kind of glad HP decided to go all-new with its TouchSmart tm2 followup. The 12.1-inch laptop is powered by new Intel Core 2 Duo procs and even discrete ATI Mobility Ra

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It was 2001 that Bill Gates first introduced the Tablet PC in Las Vegas. Tomorrow will see the launch of what could be Microsoft's next take on the Tablet PC right here at CES if the New York Times is correct. According to \"people familiar with Microsoft's plans,\" Steve Ballmer will introduce an HP-

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There's no hiding the fact that the first images of the Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid amazed us, and now after seeing the device we can say the feeling was well-founded -- the detachable resistive multitouch display worked better than we ever expected for such an early preproduction unit. Check the mout

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Wondering about HP's TM2 tablet we heard about back in September? Read on and sate thy curiosity, as eCost seems to have updated their database a bit early, spoiling HP's fun and, if this is accurate, confirming the detailed specs of the TM2-1070US. It's packing a 1.3GHz Core 2 Duo processor behind

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